maz wrote:Ivo, hope your board finds a new happy home, maybe you'll pick it up in waukegan next week
Just from what I saw today on the beach I was very supriced and happy that everybody did drive home alive!!!Some crazy stunt kitesurfing,,at one point it felt I would be much safer on the beach
ironben wrote:I found my board miles down from miller. Did 1hr of riding 5 of walking.
The other guy lost 2 boards managed to find one. we stayed to late hours to see if it was washed out on the beach. to make meters worse, someone took or stole this guy pump and bag with the keys to his car, making his wife drive from Chicago.
On the other note I have to say, it is funny for some to say that there are boards (expensive boards) floating in water, however, this could be easily avoided if some of you veterans would simply ask the guy down in water for 1/2 hr if he is ok. I guess when you are passing me 20 meters away it is too much to ask or help for some of you! very sad and upsetting to find that on Miller beach.
What goes around, comes around?
I would like to thank Peter who took his time and went downwind to try to help find my board.
If I see someone in distress I would not try to make excuses either this guy needs to learn things the hard way; I would simply offer help
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